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Panther Hollow

South Oakland - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Panther Hollow Plaque
Dedicated on December 2, 2007

The first Italian immigrant families began to arrive in Panther Hollow in the late 1800s, mostly from the towns of Pizzoferrato and Gamberale in the Region of the Abruzzi in Central Italy.

It is the families listed here whose culture established the character and personality of this neighborhood, and whose hard work contributed to the growth and development of the city of Pittsburgh.

Le prime famiglie immigranti italiane iniziarono ad arrivare a Panther Hollow alla fine dell’Ottocento, in maggioranza dai paesi di Pizzoferrato e Gamberale nella Regione degli Abruzzi dell’Italia Centrale.

Si pone qui i nomi delle famiglie la cui cultura formò il carattere e la personalità di questo quartiere e il cui duro lavoro contribuì alla crescita e allo sviluppo della città di Pittsburgh.

Basilio
Bellante
Bellisario
Biancullo
Bucci
Cafardi
Carinci
Carnavalli
Carrozzi
Caruso
Cascaito
Casciato
Cianciosi
Ciranni
Cirelli
D’Amico
D’Andrea
D’Angelo
D’Aquilante
DeFelice
DeFrancesco
DeIuliis
Dell’Alessandro
Delvecchio
DeOrio
DePasquale
DeQuantino
DiFore
DiMatteo
Dinardo
DiTommaso
Diulus
DiVincenzo
Enrichetta
Faloria
Falvo
Felice
Ferrara
Ferzoco
Flora
Florio
Frisoli
Furlo
Giampaolo
Giampolo
Impavido
Ingagliato
La Monde
Lupinetti
Maffeo
Magliochetti
Malocca
Mamie
Mancini
Manga
Marino
Mastrangelo
Melocchi
Mulocca
Munizza
Pacella
Palmieri
Pasquarelli
Penosce
Pistininzi
Pollice
Pugliese
Pusateri
Quinque
Rosato
Rostivo
Rodolfo
Ruperto
Sabatino
Sammartino
Sandonato
Santilli
Savena
Scala
Scalise
Scarci
Scenna
Sciulli
Sestili
Sirianni
Sisti
Spoltore
Tarantino
Terranova
Tessauro
Tiberio
Tortorelli
Tropea
Verratti
Veri
 
The names on this plaque were provided by the recollections of longtime residents and the Carnegie Library City Directory records beginning from the 1930s census. A future plaque will contain numerous additional names including those in the 1900 census. As with any endeavor of this kind, some names may have been inadvertently missed. Please contact carlinog@hotmail.com if you can contribute names to the list.
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